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Interior Design (MA)

3. Interior Display


This platform uses ‘display’ as a means to construct a spatial narrative. Within that space we look to challenge the expected, subverting traditional ideas of display and exploring the concept of experience. We ask what tools can we use to tell a story and how can they immerse our viewers into a world which is both beautiful and informative?

Experience; an event or occurrence which leaves an impression on someone or the process of gaining knowledge or skills from doing, seeing or feeling things. The intention of this platform therefore explores how we can make artistic design decisions through clever use of colour, light, texture, smell, sound or journey to elevate the story of a space and enhance the human experience.

This year, each student chose to explore a spatial typology and client which resonated with their personal design interests. They include fashion retail, exhibition design, hospitality and production design. Each project examined and scrutinised the subject matter to develop a spatial language and design narrative driven by its investigative research as to what would be a prospective outcome.

Robert Storey

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